Synonyms for consecr or Related words with consecr

consecratus              benedictini              commemoratio              augustiniani              auxanius              crescentian              cartarum              columbani              cacciavillan              evermode              brownpony              abbacum              abibus              hetag              strictioris              poenit              archiepiscopus              rhetorius              nostradami              augurius              pronimius              cantuariensis              ermanrich              chionades              ecgwine              lovanienses              radegundis              adventor              benignitas              desideratus              ieremiae              landoald              gottliebin              farabert              viventius              illici              lebuin              ferrandus              theodulfus              exmew              codratus              reinaldus              melanus              cisterciensis              eusignius              prodiens              fundavit              dispensatio              widersacher              votiva             



Examples of "consecr"
ALEXANDER · VII · P · M / FABII · CHISII · OLIM · CARD / TITULARI · AEDE · ORNATA / SUI · PONTIF · PRIMORDIA / ANTIQAE · PIETATI / IN · BEATAM · VIRGINEM / CONSECR ·A · D · MDCLV.
In 1560, eight years after his nomination, he was forced to retire to France, where he acted as confidential agent of Mary, Queen of Scots, and later openly as ambassador for James VI, till his death in Paris, 25 April 1603. He carried away with him the diocesan records, two of which deserve special mention: (1) "Registrum Vetus Ecclesiae Cathedralis Glasguensis", in handwriting of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, and (2) "Liber Ruber Ecclesiae Glasguensis", with entries from about 1400 to 1476. These, along with other records, were in 1843 printed in a volume for the Maitland Club under the title: "Registrum Episcopatus Glasguensis: Munimenta Ecclesiae Metropolitanae Glasguensis a sede restauratâ saeculo ineunte XII ad reformatam religionem". A more splendid memorial of those times still remains in the old cathedral of St. Mungo, which was begun by Bishop Jocelyn (consecrated 1175, d. 1199) and received its last additions from Archbishop Blackader (consecr. 1484, d. 1508).